Kubernetes was designed to support hybrid workloads at its core.
Native Integrations and automated large-scale deployments of Kubernetes clusters span across popular public cloud providers and private clouds.
Deployment options are boundless — Platform9 Managed Kubernetes can be deployed on bare metal servers, virtual machines deployed on private virtualized infrastructure such as VMware vSphere or Linux/KVM, or a collection of public clouds such as AWS, Azure, GCE.
OpenStack Omni enables OpenStack to manage AWS.
Manage AWS with OpenStack to give your team a true single pane of glass to manage resources running on private infrastructure and on public cloud with a set of drivers that turn OpenStack API calls into AWS API calls baked into the solution. Extending this functionality to Microsoft Azure and Google Compute Engine is in the roadmap.
Drivers that integrate with Amazon services include but aren’t limited to: EC2, EBS and VPC include Nova, Cinder, Glance and Neutron services.